The ICC World Twenty20 trophy will be showcased at the County Ground, Derby, as the Falcons take-on Warwickshire Bears on Wednesday 9th June, 7.10pm start.
The event will mark Derbyshire’s first home match in the Friends Provident t20 competition and their first-ever t20 meeting with the Bears.
A professional photographer will be on hand to photograph members of the public alongside the prestigious trophy. These snaps can then be downloaded free of charge from www.ecb.co.uk/fpt20 within 24 hours.
England Twenty20 captain Paul Collingwood said: "The encouragement we received from fans out in the Caribbean and back at home was outstanding during the tournament and on behalf of the squad I would like to thank everyone for their support.
“The reception since we've returned home has been fantastic and I'm delighted that people will have an opportunity to have their picture taken with the ICC World Twenty20 trophy this summer."
Derbyshire Chief Executive Keith Loring said: “It is an excellent gesture from the ECB and the England team to share this great trophy with supporters around the country.
“We are delighted that our own supporters will get the opportunity to see it as well as getting that all important souvenir photograph.
“With the floodlights on for the first time this season, SKY TV cameras and big screen in attendance and now the addition of the World Twenty20 Trophy, Wednesday 9th June promises to be a tremendous occasion at the County Ground.”
Tickets for Derbyshire Falcons v Warwickshire Bears are priced at £13 adults, £6 juniors in advance of the day of the game, £15 adults, £8 juniors on the day.
Juniors aged 0-12 on 1st January 2010 can watch all home cricket throughout 2010 for FREE by becoming a junior member of the club for FREE.
Call the ticket office on 01332 388 101 or visit www.derbyshireccc.com.